An experiential learning workshop full of interactive activities, group work, gamification, and Minitab case studies.
1-day Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification Workshop
4-day Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Program
Design Sprint Innovation Certification
Lean Six Sigma Black Belts are key change agents- leading teams to organizational and financial improvement where it is needed most.
"The Six Sigma Guy's" Black Belt training is an extensive training program in group facilitation, change management, innovation, project management, quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, and group dynamics.
Black Belts are considered as the "Primary' Process Improvement Facilitators, devoted full-time to lead Lean Six Sigma and Innovation projects, and help Executives identify, implement breakthrough improvements for enhanced bottom-line results.
WHAT TO EXPECT
To make the training effective, participants are encouraged to attend with a process improvement project pre-approved by an Executive Sponsor: either reduction of defects, or reduction of processing time.
This workshop is not for those looking to sit back and listen to theory. You should come prepared to work hard with others in a collaborative, time-boxed, result-driven environment.
Participants learn in bite-sized pieces, and immediately apply the tools with their actual assigned projects.
Participants shall have a working knowledge and learn how to facilitate the SIX SIGMA CIRCUIT™- a best practice set of tools developed by Rex Tuozo "The Six Sigma Guy" to quickly complete process improvement projects and could save as much as 3 months worth of project hours.
Identify and clearly define process problems.
Measure the size and opportunity of the problems.
Efficiently generate probable cause reasons.
Analyze data to discover and validate root causes.
Develop and implement improvements.
Set controls at a significantly improved performance level.
GENERAL COURSE CONTENT.
Everything included in the Yellow & Green Belt, Design Sprint Certification programs.
Starting your project
Thinking in terms of process
Understanding the Voice of the Customer
What is Lean Six Sigma
Data collection planning
The Journey of DMAIC
Lean Six Sigma implementation
Determining Process Sigma
Measurement System Analysis (MSA)
Value Stream Mapping (VSM)
Identifying Potential Causes
Cause and Effect Analysis
Correlation & Simple Linear Regression
Hypothesis Testing: t-test, paired t-test, ANOVA, Chi-square
Design of Experiments
Generating and selecting solutions
Introduction to DOE
Standardization Methods and Training
Process Monitoring and Control
Communication and Future Plans
SOFT SKILLS (Integrated in the Program)
Design Sprint Innovation Methodology by Google
Facilitating Decision Making
Capstone: THE SIX SIGMA CIRCUIT™
The Six Sigma Circuit™ tools
Facilitating the Six Sigma Circuit™